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  1. #1 Help! 
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    Is it ok to use ac adaptor on psp though its already fully charged??
    Will it affect the battery's lifespan??


    Thanks in advance..
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    yes its ok cuz it stops charging when its at 100% and if youre gonna post in the introduce yourself forum and its your first post, actually introduce yourself
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    Senior Member PSP Elite Hacker valledor03's Avatar
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    welcome to mod.
    PSP 1000 => 6.39 ME 9.1
    PSP 2000 => 6.39 ME 9.1
    PSP 3000 => 5.50 GEN-C


    27/06/2008 12:58 PM DarkFoxSniper
    PS3 is Sony's baby..what do you expect...PSP is like..their bastard child
    15/03/2008 12:18 PM valledor03
    i thought electro, helped you?
    15/03/2008 12:19 PM jonesy1181
    he told me to suck his balls
    thanks to:
    dark alex
    darkfoxsniper

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    welcome to pspmod mate
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    Welcome to pspmod.com
    and as ctighe said, its fine, basically it cuts the power from the adapter going to the battery and charging it (once at 100% charged), just like using your PSP with no battery and only the charger plugged in.


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    Senior Member I Modded My PSP Khaos Dragoon's Avatar
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    Hello. Welcome to pspmod.com
    Timeline so far:
    3.50(3 months)> Lumines (1.50)> 3.40oe-a> 3.52m33> 3.52m33-4> Bricked> Pandora> Fixed, back to 3.52m33-4> 3.80m33-5

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    Thnx For the rep guyz.. By the way im Dru im a noob.. Thnx again..
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    Hi guys im a real newbie to this modifying thing. i just got a psp and i'm anxious to hack the thing. lol I did pandoras batt very easy for me, but i find that the Magic memory is the hardest thing for some reason my windows vista is just not helping. any help would be great. I have tried hundreds of things. I have tried downloading the msm.rar and putting it to my c drive and using the cmd as administrator but towards the end i get something that says
    c:\msm>msinst m MSIPL.BIN
    PSP MS IPL Installer
    Load IPL code MSIPL.BIN
    241664 bytes(59 block) readed

    Target DRIVE is 10
    Check partation Sector
    boot status 0x80
    start head 0x0B
    start sec/cyl 0x0012
    partation type 0x06
    last head 0x3F
    last sec/cyl 0xB5E0
    abs sector 0x00000171
    ttl sector 0x001DAE8F
    signature 0xAA55
    Check BPB Sector
    signature AA55
    Check free reserved sector:to small reserved sectors

    c:\msm>

    need help anyone please help.
    step by step please. pics help too. hahah sorry for the trouble.
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    Senior Member PSP Elite Hacker valledor03's Avatar
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    try to post this in other section. this is a "introduce yourself".
    PSP 1000 => 6.39 ME 9.1
    PSP 2000 => 6.39 ME 9.1
    PSP 3000 => 5.50 GEN-C


    27/06/2008 12:58 PM DarkFoxSniper
    PS3 is Sony's baby..what do you expect...PSP is like..their bastard child
    15/03/2008 12:18 PM valledor03
    i thought electro, helped you?
    15/03/2008 12:19 PM jonesy1181
    he told me to suck his balls
    thanks to:
    dark alex
    darkfoxsniper

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